Modernism meets the great outdoors
I know what you’re thinking…… who comes up with these terms? Well, I can’t tell you that but what I can tell you is how to accomplish the look yourself.
For those who haven’t seen a space designed under this concept, believe it or not the end result is a good one. Cabin Chic is particularly good for families with small children because it mixes and matches items which can handle a lot of wear and tear, items that are comfortable and cozy, and classic furniture pieces that will hold both the worth and aesthetic appeal over the years. The idea behind this look is that it doesn’t just work in remote northern locations but it can go Urban as well!
Piece you may want to consider to get this look;
Large trunks that are duel purpose storage and coffee table, over stuffed sofas, aged leather club chair, 100% wool throws, coloured glass, painted wood furniture pieces, faux antlers, mixes of metal, jute area rugs, and of course great mid-century modern furniture pieces.
(Product above sourced at the retail outlets listed: West Elm, Gus Modern, Pottery Barn, The Hudson Bay Company, OneTwenty Modern, Design Within Reach)
Rooms to inspire you…..
(Above images via; apartment therapy and Houzz)